- Three poems featured in May 2023 issue of Hole in Head Review: “Private Urgencies Made Public,” “Of Rising Suns,” and “Alone”
- Abandon Journal: “Sprung (April)”
- Three poems about April in April, 2023 issue of Verse Virtual
- Take a look at blurbs about poems in One Bent Twig. Check out the listing on Amazon or on Goodreads. A free version for Kindle is available too!
- Let’s Hear It for the Horses received third prize in The Poetry Box 2021 chapbook contest and is available from The Poetry Box and Amazon.
- Checkered Mates (What is a Checkered Mate?) is now available from Kelsay Books and Amazon! (Published in 2021.)
- March 2023: Two poems on Verse Virtual: “Old Snow” and “The End of February in Vermont”
- Poetic License essay in March, 2023 Verse Virtual: “Scanning the Poetry on My Shelves” – Women’s History Month tribute to women poets
How I Learned To Be White – Visit Antrim House (press release) for more information on How I Learned to Be White – poetry that investigates how ancestry, family, community, and white privilege impact Knoll’s feelings about today’s racial discourse. Available on Amazon. This collection received the 2018 Human Relations Indie Book Award for Motivational Poetry.
Order Broadfork Farm from The Poetry Box and Amazon. This is poetry about a small family-owned organic farm in Trout Lake, Washington.
For an almost complete list of Knoll’s online poems.
Bio: Tricia Knoll has been writing poetry since the age of 12. She began submitting poetry for publication after retiring. Nine poems have been nominated for a Pushcart Prize.
Her first published poem was in 1970 in a tabloid called View from the Bottom. Then for nearly 40 years, she wrote promotional or education materials to earn a living. More than 250 of her haiku and poems have appeared in online or print journals and poetry anthologies. Her poetry chapbook Urban Wild was released from Finishing Line Press in May 2014 and Ocean’s Laughter in 2016.
Described in bytes: Mother, wife, feminist, hula hooper, dancer, weight lifter, runner, Master Gardener. She writes eco-poetry, lyric and narrative poetry and haiku. In 2015 Tricia wrote her thoughts on feminism for The Persimmon Tree Journal and in 2016 a contribution to Trish Hopkinson’s blog on why she regrets waiting until after retirement to begin writing seriously.
Eco-poetry? Poetry that highlights connectedness in nature, responsibility to care for the world we’ve been given, help to remember what we have lost – and encourages holding up hope for doing no more harm. Knoll is thrilled to have “Gray Whale” included in the 2018 anthology Fire and Rain – Eco-Poetry of California out from Scarlet Tanager Press.
- Listen to Tricia’s podcast interview concerning her experience as a poet with spasmodic dysphonia. It includes a reading from her chapbook Urban Wild. Wordgathering – Journal of Disability Poetry and Literature also features recordings of Knoll reading two of her poems related to this voice disability.
- Knoll’s listing on Poets and Writers.
- Knoll is a contributing editor to Verse Virtual.